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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta COURTESY LAW Crosswalks are things often Ignored by lelhbridgo drivers. A driver by law, musl yield Ihe rijhl of way lo a pedeslrian crossing line roadway wilhin a crosswalk. Whenever any vehicl: is slopped al a crosswalk lo pcrmil a p-deslrian to cress the roodway, il is illegal for a driver approaching, from Ihe rear lo overtake and pass the slopped vehicle. This picture is I he 21st of 25 adverlising the city police 1972 safe driving campaign. ____________ Trustees back local move r.v KO.N CM.DWKI.I. led lo sec Ihc convention en-, School hoards have nnl chanR- Slatr Writer dorse the idea because il shims cd or have changed slowly be- KDMONTON'-Albcrla school; support for what is being done cause Ihey haven t been forced Indices have endorsed the con in Lelhhridgc. cent of nnikral departmental; A resolution calling for school Mr. Savillc said if lie schools for pra'dc 12 s'.u-: board authority to determine Iry they can successfully coin- denls a procedure alreao'v Ihe minimum age when a slu- j pete for Ihc nllenlions of Ihc used in bnlli Lcihbridpc school i dent can cnlcr school wasiyoung .-.ysiems. soundly dcfcalcd by the convcn-1 verbal jippn- Dclciialcs ,'il Ihc aSMjcialion'.s lion. annual mealing in Edmonton' H ran inlo Irouble when a sunnorlcd a rc.'olution that Ihc, number of delegates .argued mhiMer of education he asked to declare departmental op- lhat there would he nothing but headaches when one school jur- isdiction allows students lo silion to Ihe resolution hut il was soundly defeated on a show of hands. The association did approve isolation thai school boards tional for senior high school students. i enter school at age four or five In that wav. il would be up while another has six or seven ers. lislricl as its entrance age. provide and administer field experience programs for leach- lo Ihc individual s lo decide whether il v.anlcd lo II was pointed out thai a slu- isc Ihc provincial cxainina-; dent could start Giadc 1 ill one I .ions as an evaluation of a slu- i parl of' Ihc province at age G undersoil I denl's achievement. The IiCihbridp! schools re- (urned lo lolal local evaluation this fall after a year-long bat- tle wilh the government. Bui l.clhbridge students are still] free to write Ihc provincial ex- aminations if they so desire. A number of delegates ex- pressed concern thai there would he a loss of uniform mea- surement of achievement by dropping dcparlmeiilals. "Sludcnls should Unow liow Ihey stack up wilh others across the Owen McGuirc, separate five and if he moved lo an- olhcr area he may have lo wail Iwo years before enter- EDMONTON Herald Gun- ing Grade 2. ATTENDANCE derson lias been re-elected to a term as nresidcnt of the The association also defeated Alberta School Trustees Associ- a resolution which asked for j alien. compulsory attendance laws to j Mr. Gunderson a member of be abolished. j Ihe Calgary Public S c h o ol Under present regulations, a Board, defeated Lois Camnbell. student is compelled to attend school until age 1C. Scolt Saville, Calgary public school trustee, told delgalcs lhat if trustees were doing Iheir jobs students would be in school because they want lo he Grande Prairie school Ini-slcc, said. Dr. Doug MacFlicrson, chair-] Ihey have lo allenrl. man of Ihe Lethhridgc Public Public education has School Board, said he was pleas- without competition, he there nol because Lhc law says been said. Edmonton public board i member, in the presidential bal-1 lot Tuesday during Ihc ASTA annual convention hcrp j Sue Wearmoulh of Ihe Cal- gary Separalc School Doard de- feated Carl Johnson ot Ihc Lclhbridge public board for the post of first vice-president Steve Shwetz of Thorhill was elected second vice president- FOR HIGH FOOD PRICB-WE'KE KEEPING "MEM AS LOW AS WE CAN! PRIME OR CROSS RIB ROAST Canada A Beef SMOKED PICNICS GROUND SHOULDER We sell only top qualify meats from government inspecled plants and fully guarantee all Prices cffcclivo Nov. 9lh, lOlh WESTMINSTER PLAZA li'l'j SI. mitl 5lh Avo. N. rcsorvn tlin riqlil In Until qucinlitln, Phone WcJnc-doy November 8 THf IFTHnnlrir.F Worth criticism By MA1II.ENE COOKSHAW I live ol a sweeping desire said lhat education Dr. Warren also leds Hint Hcnild Staff Writer play a parl in Ihe innova- Dr. Worth, who is now deputy If education was considered "Worth places a great deal cf chajige in Ihe society, minister of education (iown- on its most basic plane, on the be a product ol it. He said played Ihe teacher's rule in Worth Report on parents, and suggests a switch must be made education. Planning "could be arc denied access lo material lo humanistic "What happens to Ihc slu- aside a with schools at the denls depends primarily on Ihe Calgary school he Wan-en disagreed wilh teacher. Teachers are taking a said don't think lhat "sleriJc" methods of major parl in forming Ihc new Dr. Robert Warren the action and values lo students. world." speaking at the annual thai Worth talks have lo he Individ-, ,n how fc.jt cf the South Western don't think parents have and internalized, and Regional Council on deal lo offer should be done indirccliv; ILUUIL uugt i LU J- Administration. He is a board ob.'ectives, cannot be dc-lached from ;ed> Dr. Warren said that it was superintendent of the do in the operational level 1 life." necessary to consider public school system and a He felt the best way of leach- the reasons for failure of mer president of the Warren sa'd lhat Dr. ing values was through Ihe dis- suggestions lor educational education association. Worth, in his of humanities htera- novations. "What must be considered using the educational religion, Ihe arts. ;ilf everyone concerned vith the basic reality of what as a mechanism to has not yd .eduction doss not cxannna parent wants for his to an unavoidable fu- j squeezed out ail the value Ihey pasl submissions. Ihc Worth said Dr. Warren. "School "Lo prevent the trauma of 1 could from the humanities port will end up no further could isolate the main shock." he said. j a library he ciples and guidelines necessary and judge for themselves Ihey measuring up in setting the CANADA Dr. WaiTcn took issue with the report's suggestion that if an autonomous mode -of AUCTSONEERING ing was incorporated into first and (he only completely Canadian course offered cation, where students made individually under Ihe Trade Schools licensing Act, R.S.A. 1970 C. f o r learning, the would consequently assume PARTICUIARS OF THE NEXT COURSE values of a humanistic Dr. Warren felt the general public's favorable response 687, LACOMBE, ALBERTA OR PHONE the Worth Report Peoples Jewellers announces the button. The age old problem hasn't changed. She still wants to know she's loved. And you still wonder how to tell her. Now Peoples Jewellers is first to offer you a choice of methods: (1) Give her a Certified Perfect diamond ring. The eloquent one. to Exclusively at Peoples Jewellers.) (2) Give her an "I AM LOVED" button. It says a lot, too. (No charge, of course. Also exclusively at Peoples Jewellers.) Of course, the "I AM LOVED" button will never replace the Peoples Jewellers Certified Perfect diamond. But, while you're stalling, at least you've told her how you tecl! jeweiieRS Centre Villiiuc Mull, 2nd I3ih Si. N. 327-1303 ;